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Her depiction of a small Maine town conflicted by a wave of Somali refugees and the thoughts of discomfort and even racism that emerge make for a riveting story full of modern threads of diversity and the need for brotherly love.
If the genial, soft-spoken Democratic senator from Delaware responds to a question with let's back up just a little bit, it's a signal that the line from question to answer isn't going to be a straight one. Joe Davidson Joe Davidson writes the
Sen. Tom Carper of Delaware has introduced a bill that would make the District of Columbia the nation's 51st state. While the bill has little chance of passing, the introduction shows that Carper is taking up the cause of statehood for the district.
Coalition of small farmers, church workers, civil society members, and government employees is urging President Aquino to rise above his class and put agrarian reform in the forefront of the national agenda. The group, an alliance of more than 20
Eusebio Angara's admission Thursday morning that the said land will be converted into agro-forestry, food processing infrastructure and marine facilities. A 110-hectare area of agricultural land located in Barangay Tinib (now Esteves), Casiguran,
Jansept Geronimo, campaign officer of the Quezon Association for Rural Development and Democratization Services, an alliance of farmers' organizations in the province, said De los Reyes should stop talking and just distribute the lands to the farmers.
PhilippinesThe proposed five-year extension of the agrarian reform law is not necessary, but it won't hurt either, according to Agrarian Reform Secretary Virgilio de los Reyes. He said on Friday he welcomed a new move in the House of Representatives
The News Journal When this election year began in early spring, there was talk of the Republican Party retaking the state Senate for the first time in decades, Newt Gingrich was a legitimate contender for the GOP presidential nomination, Alex Pires
By Gerry Albert Corpuz and Shamrock San Juan MANILA, Philippines- (UPDATE) Two of the members of the progressive bloc in
By Gerry Albert Corpuz, Gloria Madonna Velarde and Himala dela Cuesta MANILA, Philippines- The proposal of two lawmakers from Southern Philippines to extend the agrarian reform program of Philippine